The Not-So-Secret GardenTuesday May 7, 2019
7:00 PM until 8:00 PM
Join us for a special two-week series with Master Gardener Susan Salis during which she’ll dig up an abundance of facts on the do’s and don’ts of proper gardening and the landscaping life.
Whether you’re an old hat at horticulture or a green green-thumber, now is the time to turn your backyard into a schoolyard of great gardening knowledge!
May 7th : "A Guide for the Green Gardener”
This talk will summarize the basic information you need to grow flowers and shrubs with more confidence. As such, it will be most valuable to the beginning gardener, as we will discuss soil conditions, types of plants and their needs, some plant diseases, and common gardening mistakes.
May 14th: “The Joy of Gardening with Native Flowers and Shrubs”
Native plants are those found in our region (and throughout the U.S.) before the arrival of European settlers. Learn how native plants contribute to our ecosystem, make your garden distinctive, and provide lower-maintenance beauty.
Register for the class of your choice or both. Let’s get agri-cultured!
Location: Whitehall Community Room
to go to the Whitehall Public Library